EnglishKils | Remind the World That You Exist

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Remind the World That You Exist

by EnglishKils

EnglishKils is a band. This is their attempt to furiously remind the outside world that they, and you, still exist. Everything from simple songwriting to progressively inspired rock to massive detuned riffs. EnglishKils is a band.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Sanctuary
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2. The Con
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3. Napoleon
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4. This Chemical
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5. The Build
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6. Save the Sky
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7. In the Mourning
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8. Imbalance
4:37 $0.99
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9. Comfort in This Silence
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10. Rain
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11. 1, 5, 10
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12. Remind the World That You Exist
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
EnglishKils is a band. And as such, treats their music like a band should. With thoughtfulness, democracy, and a balance of premeditation and spontaneity. This debut album explores the delicate and the extreme poles of their inspiration. The beginning of this process was the development of individual songs, and the ultimate final product became a full, start-to-finish record - bursting at the seams with a desperate message......'remind the world that you exist'. The thought is simple and succinct, but the journey is truly dynamic. You'd end up being surprised with how massive the sound of EnglishKils becomes on this record if you weren't so seamlessly carried along by the evolution of each consecutive track. EnglishKils is a band.

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